The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 9
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APRIL 17, 4WUgona (la.) Uppar Dei Moinet Tuesday, Apfil Mr, 1962 In Music To Entries Fertton — the Clas*s C schools state music contest was held in Pocahontas on Saturday, April 7. Sentral high School had 38 entries with 24 .being Division II ratings. Vocal Division 1 ratings went to Kenneth Kerber, bass solo, Daryle Zwiefel, Wayne Stoeber. Gerald Luedtke and Francis Lieb in a niale quartet and Trudy Huskamp, Bonnie Geitzenaiter, Jacqueline Laabs, Marilyn Johnson, Leon Geitzenauer; Ronald Behrends, Kenrteth Kerber and Jerome Zwiefel hi a double mixed quartet. A junior high cornet trio was atnohg the six, Division I ratings for solos, and small groups. The three cornetists are Rodney Jensen, Roger Steinberger and Cheryl Weisbrod. Trudy Huskamp had a first rating for her alto clarinet solo as did a drum ensemble composed of Don Yager, Daryle Zweifel and James Wiener on snare drums, Brian Borchardt, bass drum and David Matthiesen, cymbals. Mrs. Ward Ruskc and Renee, La Grange Highlands, 111. are visiting this week with Dr. and Mrs. E..W. Ruske. Fenton Forwards At Jentz Home Fcntoti *- the monthly meeting of th'e Fenton Forwards 4-H clul met on April S, at the home o Bonnie Jentz, Pjans for a mothers tea were made. Plans for a bake sale were also discussed. Sandra Seegebarth and Joyce Berkland gave talks. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland was visiting mother Mrs. Milford Mitchell a former leader, was present. Swedish Student Is Youth Speaker Fenton — A Swedish exchange student Jan Svenson who (pronounced is a senior yon) high ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Bred-up for today's stepped-up farming CORN] Henry Schroeder LONE ROCK, IOWA (14-21) school student at Armstrong spoke Thursday evening to the Lutheran Laymens League of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton, after the regular service. Jan, who is staying with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Robinson, will graduate from the Armstrong high school this spring but will get no credit in Sweden for it. He is taking five subjects which he says includes a foreign subject, short- land. Jan has had seven years of English but only two are required to be an exchange student to the United States. June 24th he will leave for three weeks travel, in the United States and then return to Sweden where he will go to a school comparable to our junior colleges. He will take 13 subjects per year for two years, after which he will face fifteen months of military service. He then hopes to go to business college. Jan showed the group slides of his family, home and parts of Sweden the "land of the midnight sun" he had visited. CARD OF THANKS I Wish to thank'my friends'and relatives for the gifts and cards sent to me while I was in the hospital. — Craig Finnestad (14*) WANTED — House to rent by June 1st. — Curtis Lura, Fenton! . 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Mrs. Matthiesen has been acting president since the beginning of the school year for Mrs. Art Priebe. Mrs. Charles Newel was elected vice president, Mrs. Clayton Dits-- worth, secretary, Mrs. Olaf Norland, treasurer and Mrs. Ernest Votteler historian. The hostesses for this April meeting were Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Roll call was answered with "A Habit I'd Like To Break". Plans were discussed for next year and alsti for the May breakfast. Mrs. W. E. Laage presented a book review on "Stina" by Herman Smith. Stina, who was from Alsace Lorraine, was a cook in the Smith lousehold when Smith was a boy. He relates his experiences as a >oy with this lady and after every chapter he gives one of her recipes which had something to do with the chapter. The ladies also enjoyed a guessing game to which prizes were awarded for the best ;uessers. Infant Baptised Sunday, April 8, Kristine Fay Bollinger, one month old daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bolinger was baptized at St. Luke's jUtheran church, Fairville by Rev. lobert Eckelman. Miss Carol Bollinger and Allen Hantelman were the baby's sponsors. A family inner was held at Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelmans with the fol- owing guests Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Mr. and tfrs, Kenneth Bollinger and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and amily, and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl. Sunday, April 8 dinner guests of Ir. and Mrs. Burnett Heine were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny "iilbaugh and family, Graettinger and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bradshaw and family', Estherville. Af- ernoon callers and supper .guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Thompson and three daughters, and Gene Keller, Clarion and Chuck Kern. Forest City were Sunday, April 8 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt entertained Wednesday evening in honor of • their daughter Teresa's twelfth birthday. Guests were William Voigt and Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Seeley and James, Spirit Lake, Mrs, Clara Seeley and Mrs. Laurenetta Miller were Sunday evening, April 8 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrl Tatum Greene, visited Wednesday with Mrs. Jessie Newel. The U-Deal-Em Bridge Club met with Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Monday afternoon, April 9. Three Spring Style Show Viewed By 300 At Sentral School FENtoN — The style show, "Spring Vues 6f 62", by the Town and CdUAtry Wbhiatis Club of Fentoh was attended by about 300 persons last Tuesday night. Spring fashions including afternoon, sport and evening wear; were furnished by Shcakley's of Emmetsburg, and shoes worn by the niodels were from O'Connors Shoe store of Emmetsburg. The evening was climaxed by a bridal party. The bride was Miss Donna Knoll, rural Lone Rock, in a beautiful all-over lace wedding gown. Her attendants were Joan Dreyef, Bonnie Geit/enauer, bridesmaids; Melaine Waite, flower girl and Max Borchardt, ring bearer. Other models participating in the style show were Nancy Johnson, Bryan Gerhart, Lynnette Boettcher, Carl Dean Fcye, Heldee Krause, Rhonda Kern, Paula Weiner, Jackie Jones, Rennae' Votteler, Susan Theesfield, Roxanne Voigt, Jackie Laabs and Trudy Huskamp. Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Harlan Elmers, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs Axel Petersen, Mrs Olaf Norland, Mrs. Melvin Norland and Mrs. Earl Lufkin. Fashion narrator was Mrs. Jack Gerhart. Entertainment between acts included a baton and acrobatic dance by Judy Jolley, selection by the boys, octet from Sentral high, a parade of original hats made by the club women and modeled by their husbands, and a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. Background music was furnished on an organ played by Mrs. June Cook of Emmetsburg. Merchandise certificates were won by Mrs. LeRoy Brass, Lone Rock, Randa' Hansen and Mrs James Kressin. Refresh* mcnts closed the evening program. Proceeds go to Community projects such as the Halloween party, the Senior girls annual tea and Fenton park, projects. Holy Week Services Fenton — The Holy Week services for the area churches are as follows: St. John's Lutheran church, Fenion — Maundy Thursday 7:30 p.m., Good Friday 9:00 a.m. Easter Sunday, Sunrise services 6:30 a.m., Sunday school 9:15 a.m., Worship service 10:00 a.m. Methodist church, Fenton — Rev. H. A. Walker — School of Missions Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m., Good Friday service Holy Communion, 7:30 p.m., MYF Easter Sunrise Service 6:00 a.m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m., Easter Worship 10:30 a.m. St. John's Lutheran Church — Depew, Rev. Oliver Johnson — Maundy Thursday, Holy Communion 8:00 p.m. Easter Sunrise Service 6:00 a.m. No Sunday school, Easter Worship 10:30 p.m. St. Luke's Lutheran church — Fairville — Rev. Robert D. Eckelman — Maundy Thursday, Holy Communion 7:30 p.m., Good Friday service 2;30 p.m., Easter Sunday school 9:00 a.m., Easter worship 10:00 a.m. FERTILIZER SPREADING... Quickly and Economically WITH OUR OWN TRACTOR - DRAWN SPREADER 1-You supply the "prescription"; we'll mix the fertilizer. 2-You bring the tractor; we have the spreader ready with your specified fertilizer. 3-You spread it. Here's a common-sense farming practice. We supply you with the exact amount of plant foods your land and crops may need, from our own Bulk Blending Fertilizer Plant, We have two tractor-drawn fertilizer spreaders for your use. You will be able to spread your fertilizer long before you can get into your fields with a truck, and this looks like a wet spring. You'll be way ahead on spring work by using this program. USING A GOOD FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON YOUR CORN, NEW SEEDING OR HAY GROUND WILL ASSURE YOU OF LARGER YIELDS NEXT FALL. STOP IN NOW WHILE YOU HAVE THE TIME AND WORK OUT THE DETAILS. Remember: We can make any number of units of plant food yew mqy want, from the finest ingredients, and at a pleasingly moderate cost. Fenton Go-Op Elevator ^'"> * ** l_l/*hAAC sttAfkien i LI eetiT/Mi I^MA/A HOME OWNED IN FENTON, IOWA tables were in play with prizes ;oing to Mrs. Emil Frank, high, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth second ligh and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan, ow. Mrs. Webber Yager, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mrs. Emil Frank and Mrs. Charles Newel were guests. The Marine Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Thursday afte'r- aoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Huskamp with Mrs.. Charles Beav- ensa^sisting hostess -Tfw^lve members' were present. Mrs. S. E. Straley led the worship and -'Mrs. Charles Newel presented the lesson. , ' Miss Beth Newel, Wayzata Minn., is spending her Easter vacation with her mother Mrs. Jessie Newel this week. The Thursday Afternoon Bridge club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Amos Finnestad. Mrs. Arlo Ranney was a guest. Three tables were in play with, prize winners Mrs. Charles Newel, high, Mrs. Walter Krause, second high and Mrs. Fred Jentz, low. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler were guests Sunday, April 8 of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes in Austin. Minn. The Sentral school board met Monday night, April 9 and accepted the resignation of Mrs. Robert Weisbrod, third grade teacher at Fenton. The board is still seeking a high school teacher for three sections of English 11 and 12, a class in speech and other speech activities. They also want a full time librarian for the high school and-two grade schools in Fenton and Lone Rock. Several couples surprised Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt on (heir 20th wedding anniversary Sunday evening, April 8, with a parly. The self-invited guests brought the supper and a gift and spent the evening socially. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mr and Mrs. Frank McFall, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr enter tained for their 31st wedding anniversary Sunday, April 8. Guests were Mr. and Tvlrs. Edward Sands and family, Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen and family, Miss Helen Fuhr, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and family and Mr. Frank Thilges all of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brink and daughter, Bancroft were callers. Sunday dinner guests at Ken? neth Johnson's, April 8, were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Toledo, Mr and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family, and Dixon Zander and Barbars Hanifan who are both student at Wartburg college in Waverly. Mrs. Edith Hayenga visited over the weekend of April 8 with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling at Hurt. On Sunday she attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sathoff. Mrs. Sathoff was a classmate of Mrs. Hayenga. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Neniitz at- tended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl Saturday evening. April 7 at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Nemitz attended the Central States Antique Gun Collectors show, Sunday, Apr. 8 at Mason City in the Hanford Hotel. Several ladies from the Depew Lutheran ^church attended the guest day-at Immanual Lutheran church at Wallingford last week. Attending were Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Mrs. John Finnestad. The Fellowship Circle of the Depew Lutheran c h u re h mat Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gerald Cody. Mrs. Albert Mitchell led the devotions and Mrs. William DeWall presented the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. William Hantel- shtfw in the ft, Paul Auditorium on : Soiiday, Apfll 8, Susan Mantel' mat, : dfittghtSf <& ;to William Hantelmans, a student at'Abbott school of" Nursing in Minneapolis spent the day'with her .parents. Mr. «nd Mrs. A, D. flleckwenn returned hditfe fjtst.week from a three' month* Stay with' their son and his ffimflyS Mr. and- WfS, Theodore Bfeckw&in in Phdenix. Ariz. On the return trip they visited two days with their nephew A/lc and Mrs. Garry Bleckwenn in Altus, Okla. Win Open House Awards, Fenton Fenton •*- The Spring Open House, held recently at the Standard Oil station by Arnie Hansen and Jim Meyer resulted in a few gifts for ' area people. Roy Homan"' received the tire gift. Wash jobs went to John Laubenthal, Chas. Newel, Wilfred Laabs M. C. Hiatt and Clarence Thilges. The grease jobs were received by Gordon Burt, A. A. Krueger, Mervin Jentz, Don Hurlburt, Kermit Krueger, Mrs. Viola Hiatt, Ervin Borchardt, Art Zumach, Fred Mortensen and Lyle Hanson. To Reroof Part Sentral School Fenton — The flat roof on, the north wing of the Sentral high school is getting a new coating of tar. The roof has leaked for the four years-the building has been in use. The re-roofing is the result- of a meeting last week of the school board with three representatives of the bonding firm, roofing company and architects, who designed and built the building The roofing project will be completed at no cost to the school district. Visiting, ffidflief.afld frffS. Milford , $itcMl, a pfeseflt, - I&de* was termgnt knowh> Fenton Progressors Fenton — The Fenton Progres- sors 4-H club met April 4th at the home of Delon and Jon Jentz. President Garry Berkland called the meeting to order. Randy Bierle gave a talk on "How to Control Sheep Worms". Mr. Hartman passed out the 4-H Project Enrollment Reports for the members to fill out and gave a talk about how to trap pocket gophers. Lunch was served by Mrs. Jentz. Fenton Forwards Fenton — The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met during the month of March at the home of Diane Vaudt. Plans were made for a bake sale. The April meeting was held at the home lof Bonnie Jentz on April 9. Plans for a mothers tea were made and the bake sale plans again discussed. The sale was held at Priebe Grocery in Fenton on April 14th. Sandra Saegebarth, Joyce Berkland gave talks. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland was $6,59 GAUQN NEWEST COLORS...GUARANTEED WASHABLE OR MONEY BACKBONES IN 20 MINUTES! • Easy to applf— bwh or roller " odw looks, washes lite baked enamaU, perfect to» in 310 minvt*f -*'no " t Wkfo raiif « of colon $2.92 QUART STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIfNPI.Y FENTON Lone Rock Youth On Dean's List , Jahies J. Vehifflg, son of Rev. aftd Mfs. 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